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16th May, 2017 · Technology Kids born today will never drive a car… or will they?
With the rate of technological change seemingly increasing by the week, most accept that autonomous vehicles are coming; it’s just a question of when. Some, like Henrik Christensen, the head of UC San Diego’s Contextual...
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16th May, 2017 · Technology Unlimited range for electric vehicles?
A new dynamic charging technology being developed by Honda could provide electric vehicles (EVs) with unlimited range. ‘Dynamic charging’, which is the ability to both supply power and charge the battery while driving, is a...
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23rd February, 2017 · Technology Small business cyber security in sight on safer internet day
The Federal Government has urged the millions of Australian small businesses to be proactive about their cyber security and to take advantage of the free resources available. To coincide with Safer Internet Day, Minister Assisting...
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23rd February, 2017 · Technology New rival emerges for Tesla
Meet the Fisker EMotion electric car, slated for release next year. It is projected to be cheaper than Tesla’s affordable Model 3 and the Chevrolet Bolt, with greater range than Tesla’s flagship Model S. According...
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23rd February, 2017 · Technology Tesla gigafactory hits milestone
Tesla has reached a major milestone in its bid to diversify from car maker to sustainable energy company as well, beginning to mass-produce lithium-ion battery cells at its $5 billion factory in Nevada. The 2170...
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23rd February, 2017 · Technology Electric car named North American car of the year
For the first time ever, a fully-electric car has been named North American Car of the Year. The Chevrolet Bolt beat the Volvo S90 and Genesis G90, adding the award to other honours including the...
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